G7 leaders stressed the world's risk of famine and the importance of working together to address the worsening global food security crisis.
The G7 Leaders' Summit in Hiroshima, Japan continues. G7 leaders released the "Hiroshima Statement of Action for Resilience Global Food Security" as part of the summit.
In the statement, which noted that Kovid-19, the Russia-Ukraine War, variable energy and fertilizer prices threaten global food security, it was stated that in 2021, close to 828 million people in the world faced hunger.
In the statement, which drew attention to the risk of famine, the importance of working together against the worsening global food security crisis was noted.
In the statement, the parties were called to maintain the smooth functioning of the Black Sea Grain Initiative at its maximum potential.
Emphasizing that access to affordable, safe and nutritious food is the basic need, the declaration emphasized the importance of creating sustainable systems by increasing predictability in the markets.
"It is our shared goal to build a better future for every human being, particularly ensuring resilient global food security and nutrition for all," the statement said. expression was used.